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Tiga presents ‘Non Stop’ XOYO Residency Series 2016

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Now in our third year of the residency series, XOYO are confident in choosing the perfect resident.  They’ve just announced their next resident running through April, May and June.   A unique personality with fierce passion for everything they do,  the incredible Tiga.

As he releases his third artist album ‘No Fantasy Required’, Tiga takes the controls of XOYO every Saturday.  Arguably one of the most engaging characters in dance music, he’s had a roaring few years. Asides from a relentless DJ and live schedule, he’s been behind some of the biggest dance floor hits of late (check ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ and ‘Bugatti’)… There’s solid truth in him naming his residency ‘Tiga: Non Stop’.

Kicking things off, Tiga invites club heavyweights 2ManyDJs to play his inaugural session. Across the following weeks he delves deep into his global phonebook to bring the likes of Laurent GarnierJacques GreeneJackmaster and The Martinez Brothers to his new East London home, plus Hudson MohawkeMartin Buttrich and Jori Hulkkonen who all feature on productions on his new album.

Alongside Tiga, we also reveal the guests who’ll be joining him across his three-month residency…

Saturday 9th April
TIGA + 2MANYDJS

Saturday 16th April
TIGA + CAJMERE + DANNY DAZE

Saturday 23rd April
TIGA + MARTIN BUTTRICH + OCTAVE ONE

Saturday 30th April
TIGA + PATRICK TOPPING + JONAS RATHSMAN

Saturday 7th May
TIGA + LAURENT GARNIER + JORI HULKKONEN

Saturday 14th May
TIGA + HUDSON MOHAWKE + JACQUES GREENE

Saturday 21st May
MATIAS AGUAYO + ROBOLLEDO

Saturday 28th May
TIGA + THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS

Saturday 4th June
TIGA + EROL ALKAN + IVAN SMAGGHE

Saturday 11th June
TIGA + JACKMASTER + CLIFF LOTHAR

Saturday 18th June
TIGA + DJ HELL + TESSELA

Saturday 25th June
TIGA (All Night Long)

Tiga – No Fantasy Required, the new album out March 4th, buy here: http://tiga.ca

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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